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Three Simple Steps to Free Movie Tickets

We launched new Facebook deals today. Should be fun.

Facebook Check In Deals, which launched in Australia today offers people special discounts, simply by checking in when they use Facebook on their mobile. We are excited to announce that we are the first Australian Bank to launch this type of campaign leveraging Facebook.

We are offering free movie vouchers for an entire year to the first 2200 customers who check in to any Commonwealth Bank Branch via Facebook Places and open an Everyday Account. Customers must make a purchase on their new Keycard or Debit MasterCard within 30 days of account origination and make at least one purchase each month to enjoy the full years worth of voucher. You can get more details here and on our Facebook page.

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